Here’s to the next 20 from 20 ago!

Finally putting a little toe into the digital video age to be able to show as well as tell!

This is an improvised performance at the West Coast C.I. Festival in the mid 90’s. It was one of several that came out of playing with the spectrum of choices from passive to active.

Since then, it has become clear that each of has an automatic pilot that will tend toward a particular place on the spectrum of tone. By becoming aware of our default habits, we are able to choose and explore other options. Each other option that we try on opens a new set of possibilities. And the more options we become comfortable and familiar with the greater our safety and potential. Having options at the ready is key to caring for ourselves as the moment morphs!

Our interest in this spectrum of possibilities continues, ever informing us as we change. There is no end to investigation, ever more to be gleaned, remembered………     By focusing we arrive to take in the details present and exercise our agency in relation to them.

Hope to post a current version of exploring this spectrum, or some other. But, we’ll see as my interest gravitates much more towards the having of experience than the documenting of it (not to mention I’ve been sitting at the computer tooo long again!).

Happy exploring to you in 2017. I’d love to hear (or see) what you’re up to! Feel free to comment below.


2 comments on “Here’s to the next 20 from 20 ago!

  1. Nice moves!

  2. Thank you for doing what you do, and for posting this video. Brilliant piece! I am so happy to be seeing you soon at Breitenbush!


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